7.8003.11 Lamp Replacement

Topic: 
Plug Load
Subtopic: 
Lighting
Desired Outcome: 
Energy used for lighting reduced
For supporting material, see Referenced Standards.
TitleSpecification(s)Objective(s)
7.8003.11a
Assessment

Lighting strategy will be provided by lighting professional

Work order will be evaluated against site circumstances

Determine and ensure appropriate device and location

7.8003.11b
Selection

Lamps will be compatible with existing fixtures

Lamps will meet the appropriate nationally recognized product standard ( UL UL Underwriters Laboratories 542, UL UL Underwriters Laboratories 1570)

Outdoor lamps will be suitable for local climate conditions and in accordance with ANSI ANSI American National Standards Institute, www.ansi.org / ULproduct standards

Screw base lamp replacements will be ENERGY STARĀ® qualified or at least as energy efficient

Compact fluorescent lamps and light emitting diode lamps will be ENERGY STAR qualified or at lease as energy efficient

Linear fluorescent lamps will not be replaced with a T12, and T8 lamps will be minimum standard installed

Vandal-proof pin-based lamps will be used, if appropriate

Reduce energy use

Ensure device functions properly

Ensure product safety

Ensure occupant satisfaction

7.8003.11c
Installation

Fixture will be de-energized before beginning work

Worker will follow appropriate lockout procedures in accordance with OSHA OSHA U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, www.osha.gov 1910 Subpart S and ANSI ANSI American National Standards Institute, www.ansi.org / NFPA NFPA National Fire Protection Association, www.nfpa.org 70E

Lamps will be installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications

If fixture is broken, worker will refer to SWS 7.8003.14 Fixture Replacement

Lens and reflector will be cleaned

Ensure worker safety

Ensure occupant safety

Ensure continued savings

Optimize fixture performance

7.8003.11d
Commissioning

Relamping will be tested to meet IESNA protocol for appropriate light levels for certain tasks and emergency levels, as required by the applicable code

Lamps will not impact required egress lighting, as required by ANSI ANSI American National Standards Institute, www.ansi.org / NFPA NFPA National Fire Protection Association, www.nfpa.org 101

Meet target light levels

Ensure occupant satisfaction

Ensure occupant safety

7.8003.11e
Decommissioning

Lamps will be disposed of in accordance with EPA EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa.gov guidelines, local ordinances, or manufacturer specifications

Protect the environment

Prevent the reuse of inefficient components

7.8003.11f
Safety

Broken lamps containing mercury will be cleaned in accordance with EPA EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa.gov guidelines

Ensure worker safety

Ensure occupant safety

7.8003.11g
Staff education

Building operations staff will be provided with warranty information, product specification, and installer contact information

Educate building operations staff about operation and maintenance of equipment

Ensure continued savings

7.8003.11h
Occupant education

Occupants will be educated of new lamp type and benefits

Occupant will be provided with lamp disposal procedure, as determined by building operations staff

If lamps containing mercury are used, occupants will be provided with lamp disposal procedure in accordance with EPA EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa.gov guidelines

Education will be provided by building operations staff

Educate occupants about new lamps and benefits

Ensure continued savings

Protect the environment

Ensure occupant safety